Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Mississauga
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... We enjoyed a nice visit and the girls went to get our nails done while the Scott's went to pick up the first of several guests at the airport. There are a lot of activities scheduled for the next few days culminating with the wedding vows on Friday night. So for now we plan to get so rest... it promises to be very chaotic the next few days. Good night...love to everyone.
DAY 1 - Monday, October 20, 2014: Depart Canada to fly to Frankfurt, change planes and arrive in New Delhi on Oct 22. (Inflight Meals)
AIR CANADA #876 - 20 OCT - TORONTO-FRANKFURT - 21:40- 11:10 (21OCT) - Seat 18A LUFTANSA #9352 - 21OCT - FRANKFURT-DELHI - 13:45-00:40 (22OCT) - Seat 25K?
Unfortunately, the Lufthansa pilots just went on strike, so Anna from Merit Travel worked hard to get us on British Airways flights ...
... food, polished off with a tasty apple
tart. Christmas had definitely come early! I’m not ashamed to say I made the most of this
opportunity, going up for a second round. It was amazing, done by a
professional chef and everything! It was nice just to chill and enjoy the
company of fellow international students!
Then last night, I went for a second thanksgiving meal with
the legends from the Christian Varsity Fellowship ...
The accommodations for the actual hiking portion of our trip were booked by the tour, but the rest we (Donnie) booked through a company called airbnb. We used it in Chicago and rented a great little condo very close to the Miracle Mile for half the price of a hotel.
When Donnie went to ask if we could drop our luggage off early when we arrive in Cardiff, he had ...
... said the others wouldn't go fast enough... We had the bikes for an hour so we rode the various paths that took us over the far island on the right, past the beaches and lake inlets, gardens and playgrounds. Blake even let me stop to go on the swing! :) Probably the most interesting thing we saw was the Lighthouse - it is the oldest remaining lighthouse of the Great Lakes and the second oldest in Canada. It was built of stone from the ...